J; DAVID KOBEBTS & SON, Auctioneers and Valuersi Corwen and Denbigh. TOWN or CORWEN. MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON win offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the OWiiN 1.¡,l.UWil. rlOTBL, CORWEN, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1907, at 2 o'clock in the arternoou (subject to Conditions of Sale then t he produced), the following VALUABLE FREEIICLE, BUSINESS PREMISES:— LOT I.-THE EXCHANGE, in the occupa- tion of Mr. R. R- Jones, Grocer and Baker. LOT 2.—TY CANOL, in the occupation of Mr. Era-sdus Jones. LUU .i.J:u.vN BOUSE, in the occupa- tion of J. 6 tu infield, Jeweller, &c. LoT J.—FREEHOLD GARDEN, now let mitl Lot 1. Lots 1, 2, and 3 occupy the most prominent and uct-c poMuen in the centre of the Town of Conver;. They are substantially erected, and in first-class repair. For further pal dculars apply to the Auct; oneers, Cürweu tid Denbigh to Mr. W. E. Wi.linu; The C jttage, Carrog, Corwen; or to Mt-rsi's. Wigan, Cnampernowne, & Prescott, Solicitors, inorfnik House, Victoria Embank- ment, London, W.C. 913s28 CORWEN. MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON will tiler For Sale By Public Auction at the OWEN GLYNDWK HOTEL, CudWE2s, on FRIOAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1907, at 2.30 o'clock ia the afternoon (subject to conditions of Sale then to be pi educed), all that Valuable Freehold Full Licensed Hotel, known as THE FEATHERS," having extensive accommodation, in tho occupation of Miss Jones as tenant, together with the adjoining Shop and Dwelling House, known as LONDON HOUSE, in the occupation of Me, Thoma.s Morgan as tenant. The Property, which has an area of about 1,35U square yards, occupies an excellent position in the centre of the town, and is in first-class order of repair. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Corwen and Denbigh to Mr. J. R. Jordon, Solicitor, Bala; or to Messrs. Young, Jones and Co., Solicitors, Norfolk House, Lawrence Pountney 4Hill, Cannon Street, London, E.G. 914s28 Cynwyd, near Corwen. MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON will offer For Sale By Public Auction at the OWEN GLYNDWR HOTEL, CORWEN, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1907, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to Conditions of Sale then to be produced), two Freehold Dwelling Houses, known as BKYNHAULOG, Cynwyd, together with Four Cottages and Gardens. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Corwen and Denbigh; or to L. LloJd John, Esq., Solicitor, Corwen. 915o28 On FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1907. BRYNIBOD, Waen, St. Asaph (within easy distance from Trefnant Railway Station). MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON are instructed by Mr. Ricbaid Jones, who is leaving1, to Sell by Auction on the premises at BRYNIBOD, WAEN, ST. ASAPH, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1907, Useful Roan Horse, 4 years old, 15 bands high (a capital worker in all gears), Roan Filly, rising 3 years old Bay Filly, rising 2 years old a Quantity of Useful FARMING IMPLEMENTS, to- gether with the Modern and Antique Household Furniture (including several items in Old Oak and Mahogany). For further particulars see Posters. Sale at 1 o'clock. 947o5 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. BRYNTANGOR, Bryneglwys, near Corwen. MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON have been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction as above On FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18th, 1907, HEAD of Cattle, 15 Horses and tJ Ponies, 400 Sheep, 2 Sows, the Whole of the Crops of Ray, Corn, and Swedes (all to go off), Implements of Husbandry, &c. 948ol2 __I PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. PLAS NEWYDD, Cefn Weirladog, near St. Asaph. MESSRS DAVID ROBERTS & SON have been favoured with the instructions of Mrs. Williams, who is leaving the Farm, to Sell by Auction as above, On FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 1907, Q-l HEAD OF CATTLE, 4 Horses, 120 /4JL Sheep, Sow and 10 Pigs, Store Pigs, about 100 Hobbeta of Thrashed Barley, Crops of Straw, Implements of Husbandry, Dairy Utensils, &c. 968ol9 SERVANTS' REGISTRY sonduated by Mrs. Aldrich, STATIONER, RUTHIN [ESTABLISHED 1870.] 1 -1 r-A Mrs. WOOLLEY, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, Ruthin Road. Denbigh. SCTT7 ANTED, Experienced and Plain Cooks W wages, X18 to JE20. House Parlourmaid and Nurse-Housemaid for Cheshire Parlour- maid and Between Maid for near Manchester; good General for Liverpool, two in family, J618 Cook-General and Young Housemaid for Liverpool Generals and Waitresses for Corwen, Hhyl, Holywell, and Prestatyn, and Strong Girl for farmhouse. ;j MISS WILLIAMS, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, 1 Post Office Lane, DENBIGH. WANTED Experienced and Plain Cooks wages, £ 18 to £ 26 • Cook-General for near Corwen Parlourmaid and Between Maid for Alderley Edge, near Manchester; good wages. Also Parlourmaid and under-House- maid for Rhyl, private family; Farmhouse Servants and Young Girl for light work; and also wanted for Rbyl Elder Person to act as matron. (Established 1887). Mrs. PIPER, Servants' Registry, Denbigh- WANTED Experienced and Plain Cook3 VV also Cook-generals and Palour-maids, House Palour-maids; experienced Kitchen- maids, good Generals for private and farm nouses, and young Girls for light situations: Working House Keeper for a situation near Denbigh, one in family. Wanted at once. Disengaged experienced Sewing Maid and also experienced Nurse to young Baby; has excellent reference, age 22. Sale by Messrs. T. & W. Loathes- 1- BODYNGHARAD, near RUTHIN MESSRS. T. & W. LEATHES have received instructions from Mr. Robert Johnson, who is leaving owing to the property having been sold, to Sell by Auction on the above Premises On MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1907, the whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, Furniture, and other Effects, very briefly comprising:— 54 HÐAD OF CATTLE, viz: 27 Specially Seleoted Dairy Cows and Heifers (early Autumn and Spring Calvers), 2 Young Short-horned Bulls,3 I-,wo-year-old Heifers, 10 Colory Heifers, between one and two year old, all of which have been running with Pure-bred Short-horned Bull, 6 Yearling Heifers, 6 Bearing Calves. 5 POWERFUL CART AND HACKNEY HORSES, namely:—Bay Cart Gelding, 4-year-old, 16.3 hands high Roan Mare (aged), 16.3, in foal to Holker Bank," Mr. J. Kellett's famous Sire Grey Mare (aged), 16.3, in Foal to Holker Bank"; Her Roan Filly, Foal by "Holker Bank Hackney Gelding (5-year-old), about 15.1 hands high, used to all traffic. 359 SHEEP AND LAMBS, viz:—40 Radnor Ewes, 14 Cross-bred Yearling Ditto, 85 Sound Young Welsh Ewes, 65 Cross-bred Ewe Lambs, 58 Welsh Ewe and Wether Lambs, Pure-bred Wiltshire Ram, 40 Cross-bred Ram Lambs. All the above will be found forward in con- dition and fit for the Butcher, or suitable for Stock purposes. PIGS.—6 Strong Porkers. Implements, which are of a diversified J description, by the best makers on the most I modern principal, and suitable for the j cultivation of a Farm of upwards of 200 acres. Gear and Harness, together with the whole of the superior Household Furniture and Dairy Utensils. etc., etc., which in- cludes numerous valuable lots. POULTRY.—Including 30 couples of Pure Bred Buff Plymouth Rocks, 20 couples of Pure Bred Golden Wyandottes, 70 to 80 couples of Barn Door Fowls. The above are quite worthy of special note, being bred from strain imported direct from the Worcestershire Poultry Farm. A part of the above may be purchased privately on appli- cation to Mr. Johnson previous to the Sale. For further particulars see Posters and Pamphlets. SALE OF LIVE STOCK, Etc., to commence at 11 o'clock prompt, FURNITURE at 2 o'clock. Terms for Live Stock, etc., three months' credit or the usual discounb allowed. Furniture—Cash. N.B.—The Auctioneers beg to draw the attention of all Farmers, Agriculturalists, and House Furnishers to the above Sale, it being one of the largest and most important saled ever held in the Vale of Clwyd, therefore an early attendance is specially requested. T. & W. LEATHES, Auctioneers and Estate Agents. Agricultural Hall, Ruthin. 875s21 Agricultural Hall, Ruthin. Weekly Sales of Fat and Store Stock throughout the year. MESSRS. T. & w. LEATHES win hold their next Sale of FAT and STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, and CALVES, at the above MART, on Tuesday Next (Fair Day). at 10 o'clock prompt. Present Entries include several Pure-bred, Shropshire, Cheviot, and Welsh Rams and Ram Lambs. Entries respectfully solicited and taken in up to the hour of Sale. T. & W. LEATHES, 874a31 Auctioneers. Friday, October llth, 1907. SPECIAL SALE of BREEDING EWES, STORE LAMBS, and WINTER FEEDING SHEEP. Further particulars in later announcements. T. & W. LEATHES, Agricultural Hall, Auctioneers. Ruthin. 976o5 SCHOLASTIO. i Fairholme School. PRINCIPAL.—MISS FOULKES. Pupils prepared for Examinations. Private ILessons given:in Music French, and Painting. School Re-opens Wednesday, September 11th, 1907. 37305 Denbigh (County School for Boys. THE SCHOOL premises include a Chemical and Physical Laboratory, a Lecture Boom, and a Workshop, all excellently equipped with the best Apparatus. It is a Pupil Teacher Centre for the Denbigh and Ruthin Districts, and the only School in these two Districts that prepares Beys for County Exhibitions. The Local Governors of the School Districts of Denbigh and Ruthin offer annually several Scholarships to enable Boys to attend the School, and also grant Bursaries to meet travelling expenses. -Further particulars may be obtained from the Headmaster, D. H. Davies, Esq., B.A.. or the Clerk, A. FOULKES ROBERTS, Swan Chambers, Denbigh. ST. ASAPH COUNTY SCHOOL Endowed Grammar School, founded 1679) Chairman of the Governors THE RIGHT REV. HE LORD BISHOP OF ST ASAPH Vice-Chairman PETER ROBERTS, ESQ., J.P. HEAD MASTER: EDWIN MAINER, M.A. (St. John's College, Cambridge), B.So. (1st. Division), London, Certificated and Registered Teacher. CLASSICAL MASTER AMES BOYD ROBERTSON, B.A., 2nd Class Classical Honours Moderations and Lit. Hum., late Scholar of St. John's College, Oxford registered in Column B of the Official Register of Teachers. SCIECE TVT i CTTTTJ • WILLIAM T. THOMAS, B.Sc., late Scholar of Cardiff University College, Trained and Certificated Teacher. DRAWING MASTER AND TEACHER OF VOCAL Music: T. R. JONES, Certificated Teacher. MANUAL INSTHUCTOB; FRANK SMITH. THE School stands on elevated ground in a position which commands a view of the picttireeque Vale of Clwyd, and within 5 minutes' walk of the Cathedral, and Railway j Station. For particulars: apply to the Headmaster, or to CHARLES GRIMSLEY, Clerk to the Governors. St. Asaph. ?7Sd24 I Sale by Mr. G. F. Byford. The Oldest Established Direct Farmers' Mart in the Vale. Valo of Clwyd Auction Mart, Ruthin (close to the Railway Station), TUESDAY'S SALE, OCTOBER 1st, 1907 (RUTHIN FAIB DAY), at 10.30 a.m., will include a Grand Lot of PRIME Quality Fat Bullocks and Heifers, Jb Store Cattle, Milch Cows, Butchers' Calves, Fat and Store Sheep, Winter Feeding Lambs, Bacon, Pork, and Store Pigs, 25 Pure Bred Southdown Ram Lambs from the Celebrated Garthgynan Flock, 10 Pure Bred Shropshire Ram Lambs from the celebrated Berth, Llanynys, Flock. G. F. BYFORD, 934s2 Auctioneer. -r" Sale by Messrs Byford & Sheffield. TUESDAY (Fair Day) at 10.30. GREAT STORE SHEEP SALE in con- junction with the usual Entry of Fat Stock. DENBIGH SMITHFIELD. Early Entries invited. BYFORD & SHEFFIELD, 967uo Auctioneers. SILCOCKS' SPECIAL PRIZES Christmas Fat Stock Sales, 1907. Mr. G. F. BYFORD'S AUCTION MART. RUTHIN. Champion Beast in the Mart (fed on Silcocks' Cake) 21 1 0 Best Bullock or Heifer under three years old 0 10 6 Best Bullock or Meifer under two years old 0 10 0 Messrs. T. & W. LEATHES' AUCTION MART. RUTHIN. Champion Beast in the Mart (fed on Silcocks' Cake) gi 1 0 Best Bullock or Heifer under three years old 0 10 6 Best Bullock or Heifer under two years old 0 10 0 DENBIGH SMITHFIELD. Champion Beast in the Mart (fed on Silcocks' Cake) 0 ST ASAPH SMITHFIELD. Champion Beast in the Mart (fed on Silcocks'Cake) £ 1 1 0 CORWEN AUCTION MART. Champion Beast in the Mart (fed on Sileocks'Cake). iel 1 0 CONDITIONS .-Exhibitorq of Fat Stock to have used not less than two tons of Silcocks' Cake or Meal since January, 1907. supplied by our local representatiye. No Exhibitor entitled to moru than one of our Special Prizes at the Christmas Show. ANALYSES.-All Goods are sold upon a guarantee Analysis, and in accordance with th requirements of the Fertilizers and Feeding Stuffs.Act, 1903, and the terms of the Royal Agricultural Sceiety of England. Prizes are strictly confined to Silcocks' bona- fide all the year round Customers, and com- petition for Prizes offered by other firms will disqualify for Silcocks' Prizes. For further particulars apply to the local Representative D. THOMAS, Plas-isa, LJaiifair, Buthin, or direct to the Manufacturers, R. SIJLCOCK & SONS, Stanley Hall. Union Street, LIVERPOOL. 962uc Musical Mr. Alex Bellamy, ORGANIST OF St. Mary's and St. David's Churches, RECEIVES PUPILS FOR ORGAN, PIANO, etc. TERMS UPON APPLICATION. Rose Villa, Denbigh. *n30 MISS CECILIA ANWYLJ of Denbigh and Rhyl; Professor of Music, Late Student of the German College of Music, Liverpool. Prepares pupils for the Associated Boardzof the R.A.M.; the Incorporated Society of M icians, and the Trinity College, London. Pianoforte, Harmony, Theory, Ac MISS ANWYL, makes a speciality of preparing Candidates for the above Examinations. Schools visited. DENBIGH: WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. ST. ASAPH: FRIDAYS,]; Terms, apply Maengwyn Yilla, RHYL. 756d28.07 MISS TREGONING, TRIGFA, TOWNSEND, DENBIGH. TEACHER OF" MUSIC, Pianoforte, Theory, &c. Candidates prepared for Examinations and Competitions. Pupils Visited at their Homes. Engagements taken as ACCOMPANIST, &c. Terms on application as above. 175uc Mr. W. E. BELCHER, MA-, FRCO, A-R.CM-, ORGANIST OF ST. ASAPH CATHEDRAL. Associate Royal College of Musio for Teaching Singing. Visits Denbigh and Ruthin PIANOFORTE. THEORY. SINGING, SCHOOL ATTENDED. Successes in the Associated Board and Trinity College, also Mus. B, 1899,1900-01. F.R.C.O 1899, 1900-010-2. 2850. MR. W. A. LLOYD, F.G.C.M., A. Mus. T.C.L. TEACHER OF MUSIC, 4, Market Street, RUTHIN, supplias ianos, Organs, & Harmonium. /the best makers on unapproachable cheap lues and reliable value. District Agent for the Casson Positive" Pipe Organ, now recognised \s the best substitute for the Reed or American Organs in places of worship. Prices from 950 to JE300. jIustrumeats also by first-class makers only All Instruments guaranteed in perfect conditio and of exceptional value I SALES BY Messrs. CLOUGH & Co., Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Valuers, Denbigh. On FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1907. GLANOLWYD FARM, ABERWHEELER, BODFARI. Q A HEAD of Cattle, 6 Horses, 30 Strong Welsh Ewes and Wethers, 3 Sows and Suckers, Quantity of Barndoor Fowls, Horse Gear and Harness, Dairy Utensils, and The Household Furniture (including some rare pieces in Old Oak). NOTE.—The Grazing advertised to be Let has been withdrawn from the Sale. Three Months Credit for sums of L10 and upwards or 3d. in the & Discount for Cash. Luncheon, 10.30. Sale, 11.30. For further particulars see Posters. CLOUGH & CO., 950s28 Auctioneers. Denbigh Smithfield Auction Mart. NEXT SALE, FAIR DAY, Tuesday, October 8th, 1907. FURTHER ENTRIES invited up to time F of Sale. Grand Trade anticipated. 910s7 CLOUGH & CO. Sales by Messrs. Robert and Rogers Jones, Auctioneers, Llanrwst. TO BE LET, GROESFFORDD-LAS FARM," MAENAN, LLANRWST, situate about 4 miles from Llanrwst and 3 miles from Talycafn Railway Station, con- taining by admeasurement about 55a. Ir. 24p. Possession can be had as from the 30th day of November, 1907. ALSO "ABBEY COTTAGE," situate close to the above-named Farm of Groesffordd-las, containing 2 Sitting Rooms, 3 Bed Rooms, Kitchen, and Scullery and a Garden. For further particulars apply to Messrs. ROBERT & ROGERS JONES, Auctioneers, Tyny- fynwent, Llanrwst. 8b9uc VYNN-TEE is the FINEST BEVERAGE for Garden, Childrangs, and Evening Parties. Surpasses Ginger Ale, Lager Beer, etc., at half the cost. Sold by Druggists, Grocers, etc. YYNN-TEE CO., CADAR WORKS, DIDSBURY. 927ml4.08 Dr. William Williams DENTIST, Fern Villa, Church Street, Rhyl (MR. LUKYN'S Success Attends every Wednesday: at Mr. Hugh Williams :Tailor, HALL SQUARE. DENBIGH
PRESENT A. TION TO THE REV. D. DAYIES, RECTOR OF DENBIGH. At a Meeting of the Churchwardens and Sidesmen of Denbigh it was decided to make a Presentation to the Rev. Daniel Davies on his leaving Denbigh for Wrexham, in appre- ciation of his 10 years' successful work in the parish and as a token of personal regard. The form of Presentation will be decided later by the subscribers. Intending subscribers will oblige the Com- mittee by paying their subscriptions AT ONCE to either the National Provincial Bank, the North and South Wales Bank, or either of the Churchwardens. R. HUMPHREYS ROBERTS, DAVID WILLIAMS, ST. MARY'S. S. M. DALTON, W. M. BULLER, ST. DAVID'S.
SUBSCRIPTIONS ALREADY RECEIVED. £ B. d. Mrs. Mainwaring, Galltfaenan 25 0 0 Miss Griffith, Plas Pigot 5 0 0 J. P. Lewis, Esq., Minffordd. 5 0 0 Mrs. Stewart Clarke. 5 0 0 Mrs. Tumour 3 3 0 F. Burton, Esq., Gwaynynog 3 3 0 Mrs. Butler Clough 3 0 0 Mrs. Frank Wynne, Ystrad Cottage.. 3 0 0 John Davies, Esq., Brynyparc 3 0 0 Col. Heaton 2 2 0 Col. Hughes, Ystrad 2 2 0 Miss Thomas, Park Postyn 2 2 0 Miss Gold Edwards 2 2 0 Thomas Williams, Esq., Llewesog 2 2 0 The Misses Townshena 2 0 0 Mrs. and Miss Vaughan Jones 1 1 0 Mrs. Meilir Owen, Mysevin 1 1 0 Mrs. E. A. Thnmborough Jones 1 1 0 Misses Jones, Bodlonfa 1 1 0 Mrs. Edward Francis 1 1 0 Misses Lloyd Williams 1 1 0 Mrs. Evan Pierce 1 1 0 Misses Pierce 110 Col. E. J. Swayne 0 Mrs. E. J. Swayne 1 1 0 Mrs. Blackwall 1 1 0 I Mr C E Trevor Jones 1 1 0 Capt Cole 1 1 0 Col Mesham 1 1 0 Mrs E F Caithness 1 1 0 Mr Walter Scott 1 1 0 Col Lloyd Williams 1 1 0 Major Ward, Segrwyd 1 1 0 Dr. R. James Hughes 1 1 01 Mr. and Mrs. Parry Jones 1 1 0' P. P. Pennant, Esq. 1 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. B. Humphreys Roberts 110 Dr. F. Grice Jones 1 1 0 The Misses Lewis, Vale Street 1 1 o Col. Wynne Edwards 1 0 0 Mr Charles Cottom 1 0 0 Mrs Evans, Trosyparc 0 10 6 Mr W Barker 0 10 6 Mrs Jones, late Asylum 0 10 6 Mr J H Palmer 0 10 6 Mr and Mrs Jones Williams 0 10 6 Mr. W. M. Pierce, Fairfield. 0 10 6 Mr. W. Buller 0 10 6 Mrs Edwards, Park Cottage 0 10 0 Mr T W Bowdage 0 10 0 Mr. J. T. D. Halford 0 10 0 Mr. Fred W. Roberts 0 10 0 Mr. W. G. Rigby 0 10 0 Mr. Henry Joyce, Vale Street 0 10 0 Mr John Bellamy 0 5 0 Misses Owen, Vale-street 0 5 0 Mr and Mrs Orient Wright, Bodfari 0 5 0 Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Clwydfro 0 5 0 Mr. W. Drury 0 5 0 Misses Roberts,. 101, Vale Street 0 3 0 Mrs. Harris, Farmer's Inn 0 2 G Mrs. Emma Roberts, Golden Lion 0 2 6 Mr. Montague Manley 0 2 0 j Mr. John Evans, Asylum 0 2 0 Mr. W. Hughes, Park Villa 0 1 0 Mr. J. O. Thomas, Park Streeb 0 1 0 Mrs. Woolton, Vile Street 0 1 0 Mr. Frederick talker, Vale Street. 0 1 0 Mr3. Walker, ditto 0 1 0 The subscription will close shortly. 94)uc
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MARRIAGE. GREGOILY-Fox.-On the 24th inst., at the Parish Church of Llanrhydd, Ruthin, by the Ven Archdeacon D Howell Griffith, assisted by the Rev A Abel, curate, John Robert, eldest son of Abraham Gregory, of Waverton, Chester, to Laura Elizabeth, daughter of Charles R Fox, Sydney Cottage, Ruthin. DEATHS. H uG rigs. -September 22nd, Elizabeth Hughes, 8, Brynffynnon Terrace, Denbigh, aged 72 years; and was interred at Whitohurch September 27th. HUMPHREYS.—September 16th, at the Stores, Prestatyn, Mrs Mary Humphreys, widow of the late Mr Edward Humphreys, Wern Fecban, Ruthin and was interred at Llan- rhydd Churchyard, Ruthin, 19th September. ROBEBTS.—September 22nd, at Millward- terrace, Denbigh, Frederick, the beloved son of Mr and Mrs William Roberts, aged 27 years; and was interred at Whitchurch, September 26th. WitiLiAMs.—September 20th. at 16, Panton- hall. Denbigh, Mrs Ellen Williams, aged 85 years; and was interred at Whitchurch, September 26th.
Denbigh County Magistrates' Court. THE LLANSANNAN SHOOTING CASE. ASSAULT ON AN AGED COUPLE AT PRION. The usual fortnightly sitting of the County Magistrates was held in the County Hall, Denbigh, on Wednesday, before Mr W D W Grilfith (in the chair), Mr W G Rigby, Mr J D W Griffith, Mr John Morris, Mr J Harrison Jones, Capt Cole, Col Heaton, and Mr D S Davies. Considerable interest was taken in the proceedings in view of the fact that at a special court a week previous it had been stated that the Llansannan shooting case -as it is now termed-would definitely come on for hearing at this court. THE REASON FOR FURTHER ADJOURNMENT. Referring to the Llansannan shooting case in which William Roberts, of Bryu- eglwys, Llansannan, is charged with shooting Edwin Jones, of Bryn Aden, Llansannan, with intent to do him grievous bodily harm, Mr Aneurin 0 Evans, solicitor, said he had to make the application again for an adjournment of the case for another week. It bad been intended that the rtrose- cution should proceed in the matter that day, and advocate understood last week that Edwin Jones, whom he represented, would be able to come to the court that day. He had done his best to try and get the case heard that day, but had not been able to succeed in doing so. So far as he could understand it had gone forth to the public that the injured man was going about the country, but this was not so. The doctor was the best person to judge, and upon him rested the responsibility as to whether it was advisable that a man in the position of Jones should come into court. The complainant lived at Bryn- aden, and had been removed to Plas Pigot by some friends, who attended to him, and who thought he would there receive better attention, inasmuch that the man had no mother and his father was a cripple with only one leg. Consequently there would perhaps be very little comfort for him at home, and the people of Plas Pigot thought by removing him there he would receive better attention and get stronger all the more quickly. Hearing of these things advocate wrote to Dr Jones, of Llanfair, who replied by tele- graph to the effect that Jones was not fit to prosecute to-morrow." Supt Jones had also received a letter from Dr Jones to the same effect. Advocate was sorry that the magistrates had to meet week after week in this matter, but he was quite powerless to do anyth ng in the matter under the circumstances. The Chairman said he thought a little change in the law was required in such j matters, whereby justices should have the power to remand a man for a longer period than eight days, up to the date when the case would probably be heard. Mr A 0 Evans I hope the legislative programme of the Government will in- clude and allow of such a bill being brought in. The Chairman There is need of a little improvement no doubt. The case was then adjourned until next Wednesday, the same bail being allowed as previously. JURORS' LISTS. Messrs William Lewis, Thos Salisbury, Evan Roberts, John Jones, Thomas Batten and Thomas Roberts, as assistant over- seers for the parishes of Trefnant, Bylchau and Trefnant, Llannefydd, Llansannan, Aberwheeler, Llandyrnog, Llangwyfan, Nantglyn, Llanrhaiadr, Denbigh and Cefn submitted lists of persons entitled to serve as jurors, and the same were approved of and signed by the justices. ASSAULT UPON MAN AND WIFE AT PRION. William Jones and his wife, Catherine Jones, of Ty Cerrig, Prion, each summoned John Jones, Prion Isaf, Prion, with assault- ing and beating them on 21st August last. Mr 0 R Moseley appeared to prosecute and Mr Aneurin 0 Evans defended. Both cases were heard together. In briefly stating the facts, Mr Moseley and the male complainant was a stone breaker, and on the date in question was picking up sticks outside his house, when the defendant, without any provocation whatever, rushed up to him and struck -him with a stick. The complainant called out to his wife who came out of the house and called upon the defendant to desist in his conduct. Instead of doing so the defendant again struck the complainant, and afterwards struck the wife a severe blow on the arm. He further threatened both the complainants. The male com- plainant had been out of work for five days and had to see a doctor. There was not a shadow of doubt, remarked advocate, that an assault had been committed without any provocation at all upon this aged couple by the young defendant. William Jones, who said he was 67 years of age next March, gave evideuce in support of his complaint. On the date in question the defendant came down from a field after skinning a sheep that had died he was cursing and swearing, and struck witness across the back with the butt-end of a stick. This happened in the road- way, about four yards away from the yard of the house. Witness then went away through the gate towards the house, and defendant threatened to strike him again, 0 and witness said to him, Look out what you are doing; you have done quite sufficient, and I will look after you." Defendant did not strike him again, but he struck Mrs Jones, who had come out of the house, across the arm with a stick. Witness had been under the doctor's care for a time, and was unable to work for five days. Mr Aneurin 0 Evans Where were you on the previous day ? Complainant At work. You were at home on the Wednesday ?— Yes. You are not fond of working, are you ?— Yes (laughter). Continuing, he said that previous to the assault the defendant had ) gone up to a field where there was a dead sheep, but he did not say he was going to skin it. Mr Moseley I don't know what this has to do with the assault. We are not holding an inquest on this sheep. Mr Aneurin 0 Evans No, but it is 9, question of credibility. To complainant) When he was passing, after skinning the sheep, did you tell him that if he was like another man he would have had a wife? (laughter).—That is not what I said. Well, what did you say ?—My wife asked his brother if they had a servant maid, and he said 11 they are good for nothing only to go sweethearting and re- main in bed (laughter). I then said,. John Jones, if you had courted earlier you would have had a wife, too, and would be a very happy man now (laughter). His wife, complainant further said, had been working at Prion Isaf some time ago, but he did not know that a Mrs. Evans had gone there instead. His wife had not been able to go there lately. He expected to get Xl from the defendant in order to recuperate himself for the loss occasioned by the assault, and had got Mr R Humphreys Roberts, solicitor, to write to that effect. When the defendant came down after being with the sheep, did you grin at him and look upon him somewhat simple ?—I did not. Did you grin at him at all ?—I beamed, on him laughter). Did he tell you that for doing what you r were he could issue a summons against you ?—No. And your wife then said, You sum- mons him first, William ? "—No. Mrs Catherine Jones gave evidence in support of her own and her husband's- case corroborating what had already been said. Defendant, she said, was cursing and swearing, and threatened the gate first of all with his stick (laughter). He used the stick in a threatening manner and struck both her and her husband with it. She did not say anything to him. In cross-examination, she said she had worked at Prion Isaf many a time, but there was another woman there now so she believed. She came out of the house when she heard talking in the yard. Police-constable Williams, Nantglyn, said the female complainant one day shewed him her arm, which was black and told him that the defendant had hit her. Witness was not sure of the date. but it was on a Wednesday afternoon, about five weeks ago, when he was on High-street, Denbigh, that the complain- ant came to him. Defendant said he lived at home with his parents the complainants for the past two years resided about half a mile away. Some time ago the complainants' boy had worked at Prion Isaf, and after he left his mother abused witness whenever she saw him, because the lad had not been paid. Witness referred her to his father, as he had nothing to do with it. He had given the boy some straw, thinking the- mother would be quiet, but she was not. On the date in question, when passing the house, the male complainant made a reference to his appearance, and said if he was like another man he would have had a wife long ago (laughter). He denied absolutely that he had in any way struck, either of the complainants, and when the latter said otherwise it was all lies. He had not cursed and swore, neither was he in the habit of doing so. He told Mrs Jones she must leave him alone, and not interfere with him on the road, because he could give her a summons for insulting him. I am not coming here," he added,. to have these people get me under their feet, and go about the place saying things abouc me that are not true. Cross-examined He did not strike any- body, and the reason Mrs Jones came out of the house was because he called her, and told her to stop abusing him. He only wanted to be left alone. In addressing the Bench on behalf of. the defendant Mr Aneurin 0 Evans characterised the case as an extremely trivial one that should not have been brought into court. The crux of the whole matter was the dispute between the parties some time ago as to the employ- ment of the boy at Prion Isaf, and the engagement of another woman instead of the female complainant. The Chairman said the Bench con- sidered there had been assault committed although a trivial one comparatively speaking that was no justification for the offence. They had decided to impose a. fine of 5s and 10s 6d costs in each case. Upon the application of Mr Moseley an; advocate's fee of 10s 6d in each case was- allowed the total amount in fines, &c. being X2 12s.
LLANRWST COUNTY SCHOOL.. CENTRAL WELSH BOARD EXAMINATION, 1907. HONOURS CERTIFICATE. Gladys Perrie Williams (Llanrwst)- Lower Stage English language and litera- ture, French with conversational power,, botany. SENIOR CERTIFICATE. Mary Jane Lewis (Llanddoget)—Com- position, English language, arithmetic, mathematics, Welsh, botany. JUNIOR CERTIFICATES. William F Barnwell (Llangerniew)— Composition, English language, history, arithmetic, mathematics, Frenoh (with conversation), chemistry, geography, short- hand. Elizabeth Hughes (Llanrwst)—Composi- tion, English language (distinction), his- tory, arithmetic (distinction), mathematics. (distinction), Welsh, French (with con- versation), botany, geography. Joseph Glynne Haghes (Bettwayeood)- Composition, English language, history-s- arithmetic, mathematics, Welsh, cheiniat*y,. geography, shorthand. Alun Rawson Williams (13attwaycoed)- Composition, English language, history, arithmetic, mathematics, Latin, Welsh,, chemistry, geography, shorthand. Lloyd George Williams (Crwytherin)— Composition, English anguage, history, arithmetic, mathematics, Welsh, French (with conversation), chemistry, geography,. shorthand. Samuel Williams (Trefriw)—Composition^ English language, history, arithmetic (dis- tinction), mathematics (•Jistinctiou), Welsh,. French (with conversation), geography, shorthand. Thomas Hughes Williams (Trefriw)- Composition, English language, history, arithmetic (distinction), ii,mathomuties, Welsh, geography.
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